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: james traficant is getting out of jail. plus karl rove, tucker carlson and premier of our "sleen-in panel." americans are outraged by the health care bill. the daily presidential tracking poll has the approval rating at a negative eight with those who strongly disapprove of his performance outnumbing those who strongly approve. the president continues. he is living in his own radical bubble. today he had another one of those town hall events where there was wide public support for nanny-state health care and lots of love, praise and support for the annointed one, the president of the united states. and here are some scenes from the president's town hall from earlier today in montana. >> that is for all. [applause] >> thank you, montana. thank you. [applause] sean: nobody in the president's make-believe world rkts they don't like guns very much in montana, do they? >> i'm a proud n.r.a. member. [applause] >> i believe in our constitution and it's a very important thing. sean: i think four people clapped. did you hear the crickets chirping even though there are people in montana wh
," and two columnists, cynthia tucker of the "atlanta journal constitution" and robert robb of the "arizona republic." john >> john diaz, we have the president pushing back. what do you see going on? has he lost ground on health care? >> he has lost ground, and the thing i would say the president was trying to do today, very wisely in my opinion is reshape this debate, because although we are talking about somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 million people who don't have insurance in this country, the fact remains, the vast majority of americans do have coverage and that's really the audience he was going after today, because the thing the president has to persuade them that this is going to succeed is that they have a stake in it, and i think there is a good case that we do when we look at things like cost shifting and things whether they have the coverage they think they have. >> lehrer: robert robb, what do you see? >> i think the president's ground has shifted dramatically against him and it's beyond the issue of health care, certainly as we come closer to reform, people have understand
tucker and ron brown steele is the political director for atlantic media. you're both heavy weights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds:00 a and when i look at the people involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are a little more rustic a little less informed and a little scared. i see the mobs, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people that went to college, i see people who read the paper who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the guy is from mombassa, okay, that's how you can tell. with no evidence whatever. when you say he's from some other country, make him as foreign as possible, that suggests motive to me. >> or when you hear people at these tea party protesters say this is america, this is no longer the country
the same cultural and racial anxiety that's behind the birther movement. cynthia tucker, political columnist for "the atlanta constitution." and ron brownstein is the political director for "atlantic med media." you're both heavyweights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds and when i look at the people i imagine involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are less educated, more rural, more rustic, a little less informed about everything. and a little more scared. whereas i see these mobs at these meetings, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people who went to college, i see people who do read the paper, who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? the birthers, the race people, the people against health care particularly? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the
" with our mutual friend tucker carlson. i traveled with him when he was there. i think the majority leader should know there's a lot of spray tanning, hair products and very snug clothes. kinds of onesies sewn together and heels. >> i don't know how that place in sugarland. >> the onesie is where you got me. >> onesie sewn together. >> speaking of sarah palin as we have been this morning, let's talk again by levi johnson. the 15 minutes. >> again? >> did a web interview with our friends over at bravo. i don't know why he takes the bait on all these things, but he did speak of sarah palin in terms of being the cougar. here is some of the interview. >> you are such a prolific baby maker, i'm wondering if we can expect an announcement from kathy that there's one on the way. >> yeah. i'm not sure man. i'm a little scared. we'll see what happens in a couple of weeks. >> we'll see when the test comes back. are you a cougar lover? >> a little bit, yeah. >> really? >> yeah. >> okay. very good. you're almost former mother-in-law is kind of america's favorite cougar, wouldn't you say? >> not my favo
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